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  1. That is who I believe will be the four. Alabama would be the only other candidate, and I simply do not see any argument for them over TCU. TCU has the better record, better wins on the year, actually played for their conference title, and only very narrowly has a worse loss than Alabama’s “best” loss. Plus Bama has that pesky extra loss to LSU, which is not looking all that quality right about now.
  2. If you can’t bank on your team to gain three yards on one play that you usually have several of that you’ve practiced for that occasion, then I don’t really know why you’d bank on much later. In the Mayfield case perhaps it isn’t a one size fits all solution, but it’s three yards to put yourself into position to win. If you can’t be confident in that, how are you going to gain ten later when you essentially need to average that many yards per play to score in OT?
  3. I see no reason to change my opinion that Bowling Green is the favorite here.
  4. One of the best trends in football at all levels the last several years is winning and losing on your terms by going for two. In other words, not playing a scared game and going for the win instead of kicking the can down the road. It occasionally leads to some heartbreak when it goes wrong, but I absolutely love the guts to go for it.
  5. Bama is so close to being undefeated, but as it stands, they’ve not really beaten anyone of merit. Their best win is probably against Texas, and that’s not nearly as good as Ohio State beating Penn State. Given that Ohio State has a better record, a loss to a better team (albeit by a large margin), and the better win(s), I don’t see how Bama could be argued to make the playoffs outside of bias - both SEC and for the team itself.
  6. Ballard is just a program that in general you give the benefit of the doubt. Now, it wasn't like people just thought Sisk was going to return, but Ballard is just so very rarely truly out of contention.
  7. About time something positive happened for them. Those Bruins, always down on their luck….
  8. Warren Central and Trinity are on same side of the bracket, and given right combo of wins and/or losses, easy to believe they could meet. George Rogers Clark is on the other side, so less so for them, but possible.
  9. They are going to be good! Number one feels real tough given what both George Rogers Clark and Warren Central returned. But I expect Trinity will have plenty of opportunities to make their way up there!
  10. It’s hard to be far too low at 6. Only so many spots to go up! Where would you slot them?
  11. 1. George Rogers Clark 2. Warren Central 3. Covington Catholic 4. North Laurel 5. Great Crossing 6. Trinity 7. Lexington Catholic 8. Male 9. Western 10. North Oldham 11. Lyon County 12. Ashland 13. Lincoln County 14. Evangel Christian 15. Cooper 16. Pikeville 17. Ballard 18. Bowling Green 19. Madison Central 20. Woodford County
  12. 1. George Rogers Clark 2. Warren Central 3. Covington Catholic 4. North Laurel 5. Great Crossing 6. Trinity 7. Lexington Catholic 8. Male 9. Western 10. North Oldham 11. Lyon County 12. Ashland 13. Lincoln County 14. Evangel Christian 15. Cooper 16. Pikeville 17. Ballard 18. Bowling Green 19. Madison Central 20. Woodford County
  13. Something like 25 seconds and Male was out of timeouts.
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